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<h1>Collaborative Technology</h1> <h3>Summary:</h3> <p>A wide variety of technologies typically facilitate collaborative team science. Whether you are working in the same building, or collaborating with researchers around the world, today’s research teams can benefit from numerous technologies. </p> <hr> <h2>Workshop Overview</h2> <ul> <li><strong>Session Part 1</strong>: Palette of Technologies</li> <li>Capturing both the technology people are using and the human purpose behind why they are using it.</li> <li><strong>Session Part 2</strong>: Proactive Intelligence Plan </li> <li>Learning to actively monitor, categorize, evaluate, and take advantage of emerging technologies and new innovations</li> <li><strong>Session Part 3</strong>: Collaborative Technology Skills</li> <li>Includes panel presentations from Lou Woodley, Arne Smolders, David Lebow, and Rusty Speidel </li> </ul> <hr> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p>
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